AEMC manufactures the Simple Logger, PEL and PowerPad family of data loggers to provide easy to use, cost effective solutions to monitoring AC or DC voltage and current for equipment and power quality monitoring in industrial, commercial and utility applications.



AEMC Power and Energy Data Loggers

AEMC Power and Energy Data Loggers


Single, dual and 3-phase power and energy data loggers complete with test leads and current sensor probes.


AEMC Clamp-On Power and Current Data Loggers

AEMC Clamp-On Power and Current Data Loggers


Clamp-on data loggers to measure single and three phase power (real, reactive and apparent).


AEMC AC Voltage Data Loggers

AEMC AC Voltage Data Loggers


Stand alone, battery operated data loggers than can measure up to 600 VAC Voltage leads and alligator clips included.


AEMC AC Current Data Loggers

AEMC AC Current Data Loggers


Simple, probe dependent AC current data loggers as well as some AC current multi-input data loggers with wireless communication.


AEMC DC Voltage Data Loggers

AEMC DC Voltage Data Loggers


Battery operated data loggers to measure your DC voltage requirements.


AEMC Power Quality Analyzers

AEMC Power Quality Analyzers


AEMC PowerPad Power Quality Analyzers available in single or three phase models. Easy-to-use, compact and shock-resistant.




AEMC Simple Logger II L642: 2 Channel Thermocouple Temperature Data Logger

L642

L642 Temperature Data Logger


  • 2 Input channels with miniature TC connectors
  • Supports J, K, T, N, E, R, and S thermocouples
  • Storage rate of 5 seconds to once/day
  • Store up to 240,000 measurements
  • USB communication interface
  • Simple LED status display



AEMC L322  Simple Logger II DC Current Data Logger

L322

L322 DC Current Data Logger


A two channel input data logger to measure your lower DC current needs.




AEMC Simple Logger II L404 - 4 Channel Event Data Logger

L404

L404 Event Data Logger


Record special applications such as machinery run/down times, recording event duration, counting events, or determining event sequencing.